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The Broken Altar is heading up north to the Dawson City International Short Film Festival. The festival runs April 17-20 and includes films from Steven Woloshen, Christina Battle, Tess Martin, Cecilia Araneda, Mike Maryniuk, Brian Stockton, and Michelle Latimer, a guest to festival this year.


Maki Sataké, Vestige of life, 2009

A special screening organized by the Light Cone Collective is happening on April 8 at Le Bal in Paris, France. The programme Memoire (s) is part of a on-going series entitled (De) Constructions, which aims to provide a critical examination of rare and experimental films, and features one of my works Ghosts and Gravel Roads (2008).

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I’m pleased to announce that “The Broken Altar” has been selected to compete in the International Shorts Competition component of the It’s All True Documentary Film Festival in Brazil. The festival screens films simultaneously in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro from 3 to 13 April.


On February 21, filmmaker Daichi Saito will present a screening of work by the Double Negative Collective at the Florida Experimental Film Festival. Featured in the screening are works by Karl Lemieux, Malena Szlam, Eduardo Menz, Mike Rollo.

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The Hunted Hunted (S8mm, 2013)

My newest work The Hunter Hunted is screening at the $100 Film Festival on March 6th, 2014. The festival, now in its 22nd year,  is one of the few festivals in North America dedicated to screening exclusively with analog formats (Super 8mm and 16mm). This year offers a fantastic lineup with Louise Bourque as this year’s visiting filmmaker.


I’m happy to announce The Broken Altar will be screening at Antimatter [Media Art] this Wednesday, October 30th. Antimatter is the first film festival to exhibit my work some fourteen years ago (wow, time flies!). The festival has grown tremendously over the years producing some of the best programming of experimental and underground films in Canada.


The Broken Altar is screening at the Vermont International Film Festival on October 18, 2013. The programme was curated by Carole Zucker and features excellent films by Phillipe Leonard, Anja Dornieden, Juan David González, Shannon Harris, Christopher Becks, Guillaume Vallée.


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